Conditional uses and their accessory uses are considered as special uses which require approval and a public hearing.


The following shall be conditional uses according to these provisions:


(1) Utilities--and associated structures-- provided all principal structures and uses are not less than fifty (50) feet from any residential district lot line.


(2) Governmental and cultural uses. Except town halls, town offices and town fire stations shall be considered principal uses.


(3) One-time disposal, except in "Flood Plain/Shoreland District," subject to receiving DNR permit.


(4) Public, private and parochial elementary and secondary schools and all churches.


(5) Clubs, fraternities, lodges, and meeting places of a noncommercial nature.


(6) Home occupations and professional offices.


(7) Model homes and accessory signs. No projecting, or free-standing sign shall hereafter be located, erected, moved, reconstructed, extended, enlarged, converted, or structurally altered without a zoning permit except those signs excepted in the Signs section, and without being in conformity with the provisions of these regulations. Unless otherwise specified, the basic district standards shall apply for setback and height standards.


(8) Community Living Arrangements greater than 8 persons as defined in Sec. 59.97(15), Statutes.


(9) Bed and Breakfasts.


(10) Manmade impoundments greater than one hundred (100) sq. ft. in area.